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Unread 01-25-2010, 03:42 PM   #1
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hey guys...

my blinkers stopped working about a year ago and i am trying to make them work now and i cant seem to get it to work. i took them all out and am trying to hook them up again but i cant figure out the wiring for them.. is there any one that has the wiring diagram for them and can post it on here!?

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Unread 01-25-2010, 04:45 PM   #2
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What year is your Carryall? , looks like fairly late model from your pictures? It must be 12 volts battery voltage but is this a factory wiring or after market? Sounds like a bad ground or power supply problem if ALL lights are out? There should be a ground wire running from outside of each light back to battery minus ( NOT the wiring running inside light housing ). I used to check for ground by using test lights connected to frame and touched to outer housing of light and if it lights you have a bad ground. Check the ground connection to battery minus terminal. Also try taking flasher unit out and put in jumper wire and see if lights come on without it. This would mean not enough resistance to make flasher work.
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Unread 01-25-2010, 05:23 PM   #3
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it is a 95. and as far as i know it is original. the lights work as far as turning on and doing as they should in that sense. however as soon as i use try to turn to a side.. that side light goes out and does not flash. then as soon as i put the lever back to the non turning location the lights go back on. each bulb works and all of that. but i am not familiar with the whole flasher unit and how that works. a diagram of some type would be awesome and really help me out on diagnosing this problem... and i know all of the grounds are good with no problems there.
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Question do you have 2 or 3 wires going into tail light housing? If its 2 that is your problem maybe depending on who made lights?
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i have 2 to my tail lights... yes.. i know.. one for running lights.. and one for blinkers or brakes... i used that set for brakes... and i have individual leds being used as the blinkers... so there is the input and the ground on them....

i dont have pics otherwise id post them... maybe i can get some tomorrow... but i know what you are saying old mec.. i know my system is compatible with blinkers...
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well.. old mec... i thought i had it all done.. but it still doesnt work... so maybe you can help me... i took a few pics of everything... my wire colors are as follows (this is how they were set up originally):
Red-front blinker
Green-front blinker
Black-ground
Black-(not the ground black) rear blinker
Gray-rear blinker
Blue-to flasher
yellow-to flasher
gray with black stripe...i dont know what that is.. i thought power... put that just puts the lights on...

now i dont have a 3 pronged flasher... i have 2 singular flashers with 2 prongs each. i figured i could hook one up for the lefts... like one to the blue wire. and then one to the yellow wire.

can i do that.. and do i put the ground to the flashers or power... my original setup when i got it had the ground coming off the flasher. but the diagram i was looking off of that you sent old mec has the power. im at a loss here... i have no idea what i should do at this point.. take a look and let me know what you think...






this last one is the flasher plug... which id like to redo... using 2 flashers... but any help would be appreciated..
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